As demeter666 wrote, there are no chips, just roast potatoes, and fairly average roast potatoes at that. However, the fish was excellent - fresh and light and crispy. The skyronnaise is a nice Icelandic touch.
I also agree with demeter666 about the signage. It took me several passes to find the place because the larger sign above dominates the building. You'd hardly notice there was a restaurant on the ground floor (maybe at busy times it's more obvious - I went for lunch on a Friday).
Overall it was a decent meal at a relatively good price, but it didn't live up to its reputation.
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